Doctoral Programme in Education and ICT (e-Learning)
Apply for admission
Step 1 : Apply for the Welcome and Information Service
Apply for the Welcome and Information Service is a free, no-obligation procedure that provides you with a user name and password that will allow you to enter the UOC's Virtual Campus, from where you will be able to:
1. Contact experts who will help you settle any doubts you may have about applying.
2. Consult the Campus Secretary's Office for information about the programme of studies, enrolment prices, documentation, etc.
Before requesting access, check that you meet the requirements for the programme you want to be admitted to.
On the access form, you must give your personal details and the educational level you have attained.
You will find a list of the documentation you need when you request access and can consult the Campus Secretary's Office.
Step 2 : Access the Campus and contact the researcher
After you have requested access, you will receive a user name and password that will allow you to access the Virtual Campus, where you will find all the information and resources you may need.
You will find the information to contact the lead researcher in the "research lines" section. The researcher can provide support for preparing your application and will be your sponsor, if he or she agrees. Once you have been admitted to the programme, he or she will advise and guide you in choosing courses, in accordance with your prior academic background, your interests and the amount of time you have.
Virtual Secretary's Office
There is a Procedure on the Campus where you can consult and manage all academic matters, such as viewing the programme of studies, payment options or the discounts available.
Step 3 : Apply for admission
You can complete the admission form the virtual campus Procedures / Doctoral programme admission documentation, where you will have to give your academic details, whether you want to apply for a grant and the research line you are interested in.
You must submit an enrolment proposal after having chosen the courses you want to follow during the semester, which your tutor will analyse so that you can complete enrolment with his or her counselling. It is a step prior to completing enrolment.
Step 4 : Send the digital documentation
Having completed the previous step, you must attach the documentation in the same section. You can see which documentation you must attach in the corresponding section within Procedures / Doctoral programme admission documentation
When you have completed all the steps, the doctoral programme's academic committee will assess the applications that have been submitted.
If you pass the first phase of the admission process, you will receive notification confirming that you have entered the second phase and a telephone interview will be scheduled.
If you pass the second phase of the admission process, you will receive notification to confirm that you have been admitted. You will have a maximum of one month (counting from the admission notification) to confirm your acceptance of the place on the doctoral programme; if this confirmation from you is not received, you will not be admitted to the programme.
It is at this point that you will be able to complete enrolment, choosing your preferred payment option from among those available. If you are eligible for any of the discounts stated in the Price Decree, you will have to submit the appropriate documentation, following the instructions given by the virtual Secretary's Office.
Remember that once you have enrolled, you will have ten days to send the admission documentation.
Price and enrolment Fees
|Price per credit:||32,28 €/cr*|
|Price per learning resources credit||14,30 €/cr*|
|Fee for supervision, tutorship and continous assessment of the doctoral thesis||200,56€|
|Fee for the management of your record||54,54€|
|Fee for learning support services||95,73€|
|Fee for requesting your certificate||218,15€|
|Fee for oral examination and defence of the doctoral thesis||156,87€|
|Fee for requesting your record||54,54€|
*The Government of Catalonia establishes the public prices for credits and other academic services charged by public universities in Catalonia and the UOC. You can consult the prices in Decree 128/2022, of June 28th.